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-year-old james holmes who has been identified as the shooting suspect at the movie massacre there in aurora, colorado. jeremy, confirm for us, too, the car, the vehicle that was parked behind the movie theater that is holmes' vehicle. he also said there were explosives in that but police have not confirmed they found anything like that in the vehicle, right? >> from what we heard in the early hours of this incident, we heard that he told police that there were possibly explosives in his car, but when they apprehended him and they have seized his vehicle from what we understand, there were no explosives in his car. but i'll tell you, around this apartment complex, i have never seen so much yellow police christmas tape criss cro-crossi neighborhood like this. this is quite amazing. they are taking this very slowly, methodically, delicately. police are crawling all over this neighborhood. they're going to take their time with this. at the same time, you got to think about this. there's all these possible explosives inside this apartment unit. they don't want to destroy any evid
do have to get into james holmes' apartment. when they doll they'll finally recover some evidence, the important question, in understanding this, what happened to james holmes and what caused him to do what he allegedly did. it's easy enough to know what help was, a gifted student and all that, but how he became what he supposedly, reportedly, allegedly became, still just a suspect at this point. it won't be known until they start taking evidence and inventory of what's in his apartment and analyze us a thl. as i said, that will resume in about two hours. meantime, holmes is not talking to the cops, not cooperating at all. he's asked for an attorney and due for his first court appearance monday morning. >> he did identify himself at the joker at the outset. can you confirm those reports? >> reporter: that's what police have said and the observation was made by new york city police commissioner that that may be what he was attempting to prove, his identity for some reason, but i can't make that direct connection and i think it's a little risky at this point to do that. could that b
and families. the holmes family would like to maintain their privacy. so at this time we will not be discussing james or his relationship to the family, and we would respect courtesy in that regard. so thank you very much for the ti time. [ inaudible ] >> no. >> can you describe -- [ inaudible ] >> they are doing as well as they can under the circumstances. >>. [ inaudible ] other than reports -- information about -- [ inaudible ] >> you know, we haven't been looking at all of the news reports, so i really can't comment on that. >> why has the family hired a criminal defense attorney. >> i can't comment on that either. criminal defense attorneys understand the system a lot better than civil attorneys. >> got these messages this weekend or -- [ inaudible ] >> i'm sorry? >> these messages crafted were they done this weekend or after you saw them this morning? >> throughout the process. throughout. all through the weekend when i was getting calls. [ inaudible ] >> i really can't comment on that. >> on the back of the car, there's a bumper sticker, that links to a website about depression, addictio
, this generic looking apartment unit, that's where james holmes lives. >> in a multidwelling building. >> yes. there's at least several families that live in this apartment complex. inside that unit, inside that unit there are numerous one liter bottles of liquid that's not identifiable yet. connected to those bottles are wires, trip wires. today the chief of police for the aurora police department used the term booby trapped. this apartment is loaded. it's dangerous. it's also -- you know, it's under the impression of investigators that there is evidence inside this apartment that is just loaded with all these explosive devices. so they have taken photographs of the apartment from the outside so they could have a good idea of how they're going to handle the explosives. and it's possible from what we're hearing that they may detonate what's inside that apartment. we're being told by police they may actually shut down this major arterial here in aurora when they do that. if and when they do that. >> so this seems to have been laid out in a sophisticated way, at least it appears that way at thi
physical r harm, the suspected shooter, 24-year-old james holmes, taken into custody outside the multiplex shortly after the attack. authorities have not released a motive and fbi say there are no indications the shooting was tied to any terrorist groups. what we know is this right now. it appears to be a planned assault and aurora's police chief apprehended the suspect, a shotgun, and a handgunment another was in his car and he wore a litany of ballistic gear. >> suspect was dressed in black. he was wearing a ballistic helmet, a tactical ballistic vest, ballistic leggings, a throat protector and groin protector and a gas mask. >> and at this hour, police are working to disharm holmes' aurora apartment. they've been working hard all day, which they say is boby trapped in an elaborate fashion. >> we are trying to determine how to disarm the flammable or explosive material that's in there, so that's why we're here. we could be here for hours or days. the pictures are pretty disturbing. looks pretty sophisticated. >> the tragedy pushed politics aside today as both the president and his rival,
. it was so horrible. >> police found holmes near his car parked in the back of that theater. aurora police chief dan oates said police are confident he acted alone and that he used an ar-15 assault rifle. a remington 870 12-gauge shotgun and a 40 caliber glock hand gun. another was found inside holmes' car. >> we believe as part of this assault, mr. holmes set off two devices to distract the crowd. they ignited in some form and released some sort of irritant or smoke. the suspect was dressed all in black. he was wearing a ballistic helmet, a tactical ballistic vest, ballistic leggings, a throat protector, and a groin protector and a gas mask. and black tactical gloves. >> law enforcement official tells nbc news hat holmes-hair was dyed red when he was arrested this morn. i ing. he told police he was the joker. all of his guns were purchased legally. they were purchased from two national chains, gander mountain and bass pro shop. he was a ph.d. candidate studying neuroscience. his apartment was rigged with explosives, but now is not cooperating with authorities and has retained legal counse
and talk about it. >> we believe that as part of this assault mr. holmes set off two devices to distract the crowd. they ignited in some form and released some sort of irritant or smoke. the suspect was dressed all in black. he was wearing a ballistic helmet, a tactical ballistic vest, ballistic leggings, a throat protector and a groin protector and a gas mask and black tactical gloves. >> he clearly wanted to survive. he clearly wanted to feel and look military in doing this. what does that tell you? >> well, you know, normally mass murderers end up dead at the end of the day. they don't care. they're fed one life. they want their name in the headlights and ah-hha, ha, i ha done it. and in norway when he mowed down children on the island. he's been in court bragging. put out the manifesto. i wouldn't be surprised if this guy read it. there is a new breed that wants to commit the crime and get to enjoy, you know, the benefits of stull being alive. >> pat, i'm curious what you are saying about the norway shooter and the potential commonality is interesting to me. i'm thinking of jared lau
james holmes, i don't want this just to be about him. but we do know that he is not talking. there's no motive that is known. the associated press has been able to obtain some briefing documents from federal authorities, and we've heard from local authorities as well, why he did this alex remains a mystery. >> chris, it is so difficult to hear you put names and facts and details to people that previously we've just known as being one of 12, having been killed, it's really hard to hear. but you what about dramatic stories of heroism from survivors? what are you hearing on that front? >> reporter: well, i'm telling you what we're hearing so often is exactly what i just said about the person who died trying to shield his girlfriend, that so many people in the midst of all of this chaos -- you know, maybe you've heard the stories but you have to put yourself inside that darkened movie theater. every single seat was taken. then you have a gunman who's impo imposing. first of all, head to toe he's in black and military gear, antiballistic gear. he's 6'3" tall, and by all accounts opening
are expected to file formal charges against 24-year-old james holmes. nbc's leeanne gregg is live outside for us the county courthouse in centennial, colorado, with the details. leanne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. extra security is in place for the hearing later this morning. the courtroom is expected to be packed when holmes could face hundreds of charges. >> call people versus james holmes. >> reporter: all eyes again will be upon james holmes today just as during his first court appearance last week when he was read his rights. then holmes appeared dazed, unable to focus. >> you have a right to romaemai silent. >> reporter: court documents say prosecutors will seek 12 counts of attempted murder, first-degree among other charges. for the first time the suspect will officially hear what he faces in conjunction with the shooting deaths of 12 people and injuries of 58 others. a decision on whether to seek the death penalty could still be months away. the district attorney wants input from victims' families and survivors. >> if the death penalty is sought, that's a very long pr
of the worst mass killings in american history. with his attorney at his side, james eagan holmes sat in silence in a colorado courtroom today. holmes with his hair dyed a reddish-orange appeared dazed at times and showed little emotion. as the judge informed him of his rights. holmes has been held at solitary confinement at a local detention facility. his motives for killing 12 people, injured 58 others at a colorado theater remain a mystery. prosecutors are expected to file formal charges next week. the district attorney says she would get impact from the victims before decided whether to seek the death penalty. >> the victims will be impacted by that decision in an enormous way for years, if the death penalty is sought. >> investigators are now poring over evidence found in james holmes' apartment. it took police two days to safely disarm it, discovering gallons of gas and body traps rigged to kill anyone who walked through the door. he had been stock piling weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition for months. no red flags were raised because it's all perfectly legal. there's
to buy allergy medicine, james holmes spent months stockpiling ballistic bullets without raising any red flags with authorities. erin, this is obviously a serious problem in this country. both sides could probably agree on this, but they won't. >> you're right. but i think the bigger thing here is that the white house has already said that president obama will not be pushing for more gun control. and you just had on congresswoman schakowsky, who is saying we need to have a national conversation about this. i don't think that's going to happen when you already have a democratic president in office, in the white house, saying they're not going to push for more. we have some people like new york mayor michael bloomberg who's pushing for it, but unless more people like that, big names come out and start talking about it, it doesn't seem like anything will change. >> keith, is this a missed opportunity for the white house to take a strong stance on this and push for things to go forward in the sec administration of president obama, if he were lucky enough to be elected? >> honestly, yes, it i
believes that mr. holmes didn't have help. that he acted alone. >> reporter: you know, that was the scary part for folks. there was rumors at one point that there was a second person involved. from what police say he was wearing a costume, so everybody was looking at everybody else in the theater wearing a costume, obviously being a batman movie, a lot of folks were dressed up. nobody knew what was going on. as they were leaving the theater, everybody thought there was an explosive device in the parking lot. everybody was being rushed away from the parking lot. nobody knew what was going on. now police are saying it appears that only one person was involved in this. clearly in the middle of the night talking with witnesses everybody thought there was more than one person involved. >> kevin torres with kusa. thank you very much. we'll check back in. >>> nicole williams is with the swedish medical center, a level one trauma center in the denver area. she joins us now by phone. i understand you have -- how many patients do you have from the aurora movie theater in your hospital now? >> sure.
, james holmes, did not seem engaged at all. he didn't look at the judge, he was asked if he had anything to say, had no response. his attorneys spoke for him. again, throughout the 11 minute proceeding, really didn't seem to be engaged with anything or anyone. >> mike, i notice that the d.a. was asked whether she thought or knew if holmes was on some kind of medication, precisely because he seemed so catatonic. she didn't seem to have an answer. >> reporter: she didn't have an answer to that. that's up to the department of corrections, if there's maintenance medication. brian williams pointed out he had been on before, we don't know that. that hasn't been revealed. perhaps he had taken those. he was in solitary since the time he was brought to the arapahoe county jail, segregated from general population for his entire time there. he had no visitors at all in that time, perhaps just in the holding room here to meet with his attorneys, public defenders, for the first time. not only didn't have any visitors but wasn't even talking to the cops, reportedly not cooperating in any way since he
moving forward with the case against james holmes by charging the former graduate student with 24 counts of murder. two for each of his alleged victims. as nbc's mike tybee reporie tia, those are among dozens of charges he is facing. >> reporter: no camera in the courtroom, just a sketch artist, but 24-year-old suspect james holmes, so dazed and unengaged last week, was aletter and attentive as the judge told him he faced 142 separate felony charges, includes 2 death penalty counts, one for first degree murder after deliberation, and a second for murder with extreme indifference for each of the 12 victims killed. >> these are two alternative ways of getting a first degree murder guilty verdict. >> reporter: but some victims' relatives are already saying they don't want the death penalty. mary ellen hansen's niece, ashley moser, wounded and hospitalized, suffered a miscarriage, and is mother of veronica moser-sullivan, who was killed. >> i believe he should be locked away, and live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: unanswered in court, questions involving university of
of tom cruise and katie holmes. holmes filed for divorce because she feared plans cruise and his church of scientology had in store of fire 6-year-old daughter suri. a source said holmes felt her every move was controlled and she felt like she was in "rosemary's baby." experts say holmes filed in new york for legal advantages, cruise reportedly plans to file in california where presumably he would have a better chance of partial custody of suri. i've been hearing she's having trouble with that too. bloggers are already asking does tom or katie keep their bff. cruise said he wants to but david in action films but they are in the same shows, checking in on what they are wearing. what are you wearing? you think? don't you hate it when it happens? finally mel gibson's stepmother filed for a restraining order against the actor claiming he's been violent with her. >> people have such a hunger and thirst for all the knowledge on what their relationship was like. >> i have ear muffs about the entire thing. it's a private matter. >> it's been in tabloids for months. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. t
are now poring over evidence found in james holmes' apartment. it took police two days to safely disarm it, discovering gallons of gas and body traps rigged to kill anyone who walked through the door. he had been stock piling weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition for months. no red flags were raised because it's all perfectly legal. there's no system to track stock piling fire power. no laws and no oversight or regulation of internet sales. holmes purchased ammo and tactical gear online. in fact, the only red flag holmes raised was through an online application to a local gun range. the gun range's owner grew suspicious of holmes after trying to contact him. >> when i called him, he didn't give me -- he didn't answer. i ended up with his answering service that had a rather bizarre message on it that started me wondering a little bit about it. >> an attorney for holmes' family said she's concerned for their safety, but holmes' parents are standing by their son. last night, a vigil was held in aurora to remember the victims. 12 crosses were erected to honor the dead. michael white, a
and talk to him. >> on july 2nd, holmes ordered a bulletproof vest, knife, and other gear online. police say it looks like holmes was planning this for months. adding to the shock for people in aurora, colorado. thousands attended a vigil for the victims on sunday. president obama met with their families last night and today he talked about the victims who served in the military during a speech to the veterans of foreign wars. >> these patrons were willing to serve in faraway lands yet they were taken from us here at home. yesterday they conveyed a message to their families on behalf of all americans. we honor your loved ones. we salute their service. and as you summon the strength to carry on, we stand with you as one united american family. >> joining me now is clint van zandt, a former fbi profiler now an nbc news analyst. and dave cullen, author of "columbine." it's the definitive book about the shootings at columbine high school in 1999. thanks to both of you for being here tonight. >> thanks for having me. >> clint, let me start with you. >> sure. >> what struck you about james hol
the several block radius in this neighborhood, i talked to several people that did not know this james holmes, but i did talk to a former bouncer just about half an hour ago who lives in this neighborhood and he recognizes james holmes and the former bouncer was, you know, working at this bar around the corner, pretty popular for the folks who live here, and he describes james holmes as a laid-back guy that would go to the bar every now and then on sunday nights for karaoke night, and that he mainly kept to himself and that he would show up to the bar by himself and that he was really never seen with anybody. so at this point, we are watching the scene unfold and then there's no doubt, with the neighbors here that are caught up in this chaotic situation, there's no doubt this incident is going to be, you know, burned on the consciousness of colorado for many years, given this incident. it's astonishing watching this unfold. >> you know the area and you know what happened overnight. this was the multiplex in suburban denver. we know it's very close to an air force base and that there were some
eagan holmes, into custody without incident outside that same emergency exit. authorities searched his car, which was located just outside. they confirmed that they recovered four guns. three that he had with him, apparently, inside the theater, one from the car. they were a remington model 890 single daryl, 12 gauge shotgun, two hand glock guns and an air-type rifle often referred to as an assault rifle. we also learned all of these guns were purchased within the last two months. the most recent just a couple of weeks ago, all of them were purchased legally. now, letsds ta's take a look wh know about this suspect. police tell nbc news that james eagan holmes it dyed his hair, kind of an orangish-red and identify as the joker, of course, one of batman's nemesises. holmes is 24 years old originally from san diego. a ph.d. student at the university of colorado in denver and described as a brilliant science student. the university says he enrolled in june of last year, but was in the process of withdrawing from the neuroscience graduate program. after his arrest, he actually told police t
were injured. the suspect's name, james eagen holmes. he is 24 years old. the chief telling us that until this point the only interaction he had with police there, a speeding ticket in 2011. jay gray standing by there for us in colorado with the latest. jay, what can you tell us. >> reporter: let's talk first about the scene outside the theater. investigators are still here and say they will be here for quite some time. this is going to be a very tedious, thorough investigation inside the theater where this massacre occurred. i can tell you within the last hour to hour and a half the coroner has shown up. that's a grave reminder of what happened overnight into the early morning hours here. we have learned a lot about the shooter. first of all, 24-year-old james holmes was enrolled at one point in the university of colorado denver medical school. he withdrew last month. he filled out an application for an apartment just about a month ago, was asked to describe himself and wrote the words, "easy going." police, as you talked about don't have a record of criminal activity involved
officer. >> reporter: as we have been talking about, holmes faces his first court appearance tomorrow. as far as other evidence collected here last night, the fbi also left with a lab top and a hard drive. back to you. >> kristin dahlgren, many thanks for that. as kristin was just saying, he will be in court tomorrow. for more on the legal process ahead, i'm joined by former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, sima are. what do you expect to happen tomorrow? >> tomorrow is the initial advise many. bail is not an issue, because he has been remanded because of so many homicides involved. at this point, there is a difference between when police brings charges and the d.a. decides what charges are going to be indicted. this is the time when mr. holmes is going to be advised of his constitutional rights. >> so we have 12 killed, 58 injured. when you talk about the charges, the difference between police and what the d.a. brings, how do they decide that and what do you expect to see? >> the d.a. is going to look at different counts of murder and decide what can i prove? what i suspect
is mr. holmes will be advised of the charges that he is being investigated for. for our knowledge, he hasn't even been charged. so it's simply an indication of what they're looking at right now. >> in colorado, they have 72 hours to officially file charges, is that right? >> yeah, they have three business days, and that time can be extended either by agreement of the parties or the court on its own can extend that time if if necessary. >> so, obviously, larry, this is just the beginning of what's going to be a very long process. here we have somebody who was seen by dozens, hundreds of witnesses, picked up at the scene in body armor, directed police, they say, to an apartment that was booby trapped. this is not a question of, was he the guy, as much as, right now, is he competent to stand trial. would that be a fair assessment? >> we have both competency and eventually sanity, and they are different standards. one can be competent and insane, one can be sane, but probably pass the competency test. we have some indications, though, that he is very mentally unstable. we heard about the
the alleged shooter, james holmes in court yesterday. mike taibbi is live in centennial, colorado, watching that for us. what's the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: the investigation will continue, but there are only a few elements still to be investigated. the forensic scene at theater and the suspect's apartment has been completed at this point. they're still checking how it was and by what means the suspect james holmes was able to have some 50 packages filled with all the supplies that added up to his alleged arsenal, were given to him, either at an address at the university of colorado where he'd been a grad student or at his apartment about five blocks from the campus. they're talking to officials at the university about that at this point. the two moisture decisions still being made in the case is whether the prosecution will go for the death penalty. that decision will be made within 60 days after the arraignment. and at that arraignment, the second part of the story, will the defense go for an ngi, lawyers call it a not guilty by reason of insanity, but that keeps the arra
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at sports. i'm mario solis >>> baby news from two celebrity couples and new details on how katy holmes orchestrated her split from tom cruise. your first look on entertainment is ahead. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. >>> welcome back. i'm lynn berry. we are going to begin with the long divorce saga. an attorney for katy holmes is denying report that the actress wants an emergency hearing on custody and child support. it comes in saying she filed an application that could have resulted in a public hearing >>> published reports sd katy holmes planned an intricate escape from the marriage, including securing a new york city apartment and cutting off with friends >>> matthews mccon ahey tweeted that he and his wife are expecting a third child. >>> a represent confirms that claire danes and hugh dancecy, who wed in 2009, are expecting their first child. >>> finally, that was fast. days after pulling the plug on his personal twitter page, alec baldwin set out a tweet plugging an upcoming podcast. on his personal page, he sort of threw in the towel saying, i'm done. he has done this
: the suspect, 24-year-old james holmes, today will be advised of his rights and the judge will set a date for the formal filing of charges. it's the start of a legal process that may take months. >> we will convict him. yes. >> reporter: at issue whether the prosecutor will seek the death penalty. the defense will likely argue whether holmes is mentally competent while the city is forever changed. evidence will include what was found inside the suspect's apartment, explosive devices meant to kill were removed and destroyed yesterday. officials say today other residents of the building may be allowed to return. veronica, back to you. >>> great, thank you. poverty in america is increasing to levels not seen in the last 50 years. the u.s. census data for 2011 to be released during the fall peak of the presidential's campaign is expected to show the poverty rate rising to as high as 15.7%. that would be the highest rate since 1965 erasing gains from the war on poverty that created medicaid, medicare and other social welfare programs. the weak economy is being blamed especially long-term unemp
verification of that, that james holmes, the 24-year-old suspect, did indeed tell police he was the joker, but why is the outstanding question, ron. >> we've got 12 people dead, 71 reported wounded. is there any word as far as the wounded, how many of those 71 might be critically wounded? >> i just talked to some people who were at the hospital, the major hospital where the victims had been brought and they say they're being very closed mouthed. you can understand why and that is because a lot of the family members are trying to be contacted and so, we really don't know. we do know that some people have already been discharged, including a baby who was less than a year old who was inside the theatre, but as far as how many maybe seriously, maybe have life threatening injury, i haven't seen that yet. >> one thing o that occurs to me, is how did he get into the theatre with the kevlar vest and guns and everything else? is it the case that he got in first, then left through a back door, got the guns and body armor and came back in there the exit? >> that was the obvious question because as y
after 24-year-old james holmes allegedly walked into the midnight showing of "the dark knight rises," threw down a gas canister and started shooting into the crowd. we are expecting to hear from former governor mitt romney at any moment. earlier in the day, he and his wife ann released a statement saying they were quote, deeply saddened by the senseless violence. president obama earlier made a statement in florida, where he was scheduled to make a campaign stop. the president instead took the time to relay a message of unity. >> i'm grateful to all of you and i hope that as a consequence of today's events, as you leave here, you spend a little time thinking about the incredible blessings that god has given us. >> jeremy jojola of our affiliate kusa joins us from the scene of the suspect's apartment. we have been hearing reports that the apartment is apparently rigged elaborately with explosive devices. can you give us more information on that? >> reporter: the police department is not going into specific detail on exactly how this apartment is boobytrapped. those are the words they
that someone like james holmes had access to the kinds of weapons, to all the ammunition that he used in the midnight attack. >> he was able to shoot almost 70 people in the span of just a couple of minutes before your guys were able to get there. do you personally think he should have had access to that kind of a weapon? >> i think my opinions on guns and gun control are really, you know, every police chief in america would say we're here to enforce the law and our public policy and democratic process sets policy on gun control and all that kind of stuff. i've been asked that several times and it's not my place to weigh in on gun policy. i've never been a big fan of guns myself, and i don't know a lot about weapons so i accept and what i have said is in our society in colorado, he legally possessed those weapons. he legally possessed that ammunition. he legally possessed those magazines. to the extent an event like this results in society's introspection around weapons, that's probably a good thing. you and i and other americans have seen events like this, virginia tech shooting, for
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, james holmes did not materialize in a movie theater in aurora free of any relationship to law and authority and the structures of power in this country, nor did he exit those relationships and structures by murdering 12 people and injuring several dozen more. before he entered the theater, he purchased guns whether legally or illegally under a framework of laws and regulations governed and negotiated by politics. in the parking lot outside, he was arrested by a police force whose salaries, equipment, and rights were shaped and determined by politics. you cannot politicize a tragedy because a tragedy is already political. when you talk about the tragedy, you're already talking about politics. but for all that, we must be careful when a specific tragedy or event leads to a broad national conversation. the thing about a horror like aurora, the reason the whole country is talking about it and grieving over it, is that it is unusual. it is rare. and as such, it is dangerous to generalize from it. so tonight on "the rachel maddow show," we're going to try to step back a moment. it w
motive. as holmes past is examined, we try learn what led to the killings and how this devastated community will recover. formal charges are expected monday. a decision on whether prosecutors will seek the death penalty will come later. from aurora, colorado, i'm leanne gregg. back you to, lynn. >>> presidential conditioned dat candidates are back on the campaign trail. with more calls for gun laws, mitt romney will be in nevada today while president obama heads to oregon. jennifer johnson has that story from washington. >> reporter: a somber day on the campaign trail following the tragedy in colorado. at a veterans of foreign wars event in reno, president obama paid tribute to four veterans killed in aurora. >> we honor your loved ones. we salute their service. as you summonhe strength to carry on and keep bright their legacy, we stand with you as one united american family. >> reporter: mitt romney who discussed the economy with business people in california couldn't avoid the issue of stricter gun control laws in an interview on cnbc. >> i believe the second amendment is the ri
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to indoctrinate. the children of scientology and why katie holmes doesn't want her daughter to be one of them. that's coming up. and in the "rewrite" tonight, we'll find out if bill o'reilly is a man of his word. the wordeing "idiot." that's coming up. w flames reache as her family pulled out of the driveway, this isn't just a teddy bear. it's a step towards normal. it's why allstate catastrophe teams didn't just arrive at these fires with cold water and checks to help the grown-ups start the rebuilding... they also brought thousands of these teddy bears for kids. people come first. everything else is second. [ female announcer ] allstate customers affected by the recent wildfires call 1-800-547-8676. visit a mobile claims office, your agent or allstate.com ♪ power surge, let it blow your mind. [ male announcer ] for fruits, veggies and natural green tea energy... new v8 v-fusion plus energy. could've had a v8. and so too is the summer event. now get an incredible offer on the powerful, efficient c250 sport sedan with an agility control sport-tuned suspension. but hurry before this opportun
james holmes. the 24-year-old suspect in the deadly colorado shooting rampage, holmes a one-time graduate student at the university of colorado, is going to be making his next court appearance monday. meanwhile, family members are trying to make funeral plans for some of the victims of friday's shootings. nbc's miguel is live for us in colorado. what are the latest developments today, because a lot has been happening behind the scenes. >> reporter: just a few miles from where we're standing, police were once again at the suspect's home. of course they were there for a couple of days over the weekend. it was wired, they say, with boobytraps. they were forced to go in using im provised devices to set off the traps. they were back there today. it appears they were looking for more evidence. as you know, the suspect, james holmes, was here in court yesterday. he was in court for a short time. he certainly looked very dazed, very confused. at one point, as though he was going to fall asleep. police are still obviously gathering evidence in this case. he will be charged with at le
, what kind of bomb would he have manufactured. >> james holmes, the suspect in the colorado shooting rampage is expected to make his first appearance in court about two hours from now. this comes as the police chief says emergency first responders averted a second crisis that night at the suspect's apartment. >> i have been told by the bomb experts that had someone opened that door it would have triggered that device it would have almost certainly killed or injured whoever opened the door and would have started a very big fire that would have been a real challenge for our fire department. >> joining me now is nbc's chris jansing of course, host of "jansing & co." and chris, as we -- as the authorities went into the apartment, now they're getting access to the apartment, his computer, things like that, we still don't have that answer that we in the press and we in the country i think all are looking for which is simply why did he do it. >> well, that is the key question. and it may be weeks, months, we don't know if we'll ever know from james holmes would provoked this terrible, terri
the first step. >>> and the hollywood ending. major questions tonight in the to cruise-katie holmes breakup. legal questions, questions that impact the little girl. two of the best lawyers in the country are here. you're watching "politicsnation" on msnbc. [ man ] ever year, sophia and i use the points we earn with our citi thankyou card for a relaxing vacation. ♪ sometimes, we go for a ride in the park. maybe do a little sightseeing. or, get some fresh air. but this summer, we used our thank youpoints to just hang out with a few friends in london. [ male announcer ] the citi thankyou visa card. redeem the points you've earned to travel with no restrictions. rewarding you, every step of the way. >>> republicans are desperately trying to come up with a new message an health care but mitt romney is having lots of trouble with it. we'll talk about that next. >>> in the days since the supreme court's ruling on health care, republicans have been trying to make lemonade out of lemons by dreaming up new talking points. the law's individual mandate is a tax. this is the message they're going to t
the word obphiscate. >> and journalists t.j. holmes tweeted that he was pulled over while driving while black. tonight, holmes will weigh in on the race debate. [ male announcer ] it seems like every company has a facebook page these days. but where's the relationship status? well, esurance is now in a relationship...with allstate. and it looks pretty serious. esurance. click or call. mitt romney was asked a very simple yes or no question about his taxes this weekend. the question, was there ever a year when you paid less than 13.9%? >> i haven't calculated that. i'm happy to go back and look. but my view is, i have paid all the taxes required by law. i don't pay more than are legally due. >> ain't got a calculator that big. so romney's endured weeks of pressure about his taxes on every network and in every major newspaper, everyone from president obama to george will has weighed in and romney says he just hasn't had the time to check his tax rate. let's bring in joy-ann reid, jon bramnick, and emily tisch sussman, executive director of the young democrats of america. mr. bramnick, i've
'll define the world obfiskate through the candidacy of romney. >>> and t.j. holmes tweeted he was pulled over for driving while black. he'll weigh in on the race relations debate in america and president obama's role. this is sheldon, whose long dy setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. they claim to be complete. only centrum goes beyond. providing more than just the essential nutrients, so i'm at my best. centrum. always your most complete. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, free, at e-trade. anti-aging cream undeniably. it creamed unbelievably a $500 cream and now women have made regenerist microsculpting cream also unscented. women love it. in original and also fragrance-free. >>> welcome back. mitt romney was asked a very simple yes or no question about his taxes th
were shot and at least 12 have been killed. james holmes was arrested without a struggle at his car just outside the theater. in addition, police say holmes warned he had rigged his apartment with explosives and in fact, police say holmes' apartment has been booby-trapped with sophisticated explosives and trip wires. joining me now from aurora, colorado, is chris jansing. thanks for joining us on this difficult day. what is the latest there from aurora, colorado? >> we are learning more and more about the situation. [ no audio ] . >> thank you, chris jansing. obviously a little technical problem there. earlier tonight i had a chance to speak with jennifer seeger who was in that movie theater when gunfire erupted. i asked her to describe what happened. >> yeah. at the point where he took his first fire into the ceiling, i knew those were real bullets. he wasn't messing around. it was terrifying. i go in there to watch a movie and i come out with blood on me and dead bodies all around me. and gun shots. all by one man. you know what i mean? it's absolutely ludicrous to me how somebody
holmes spent months stockpiling thousands of bullets, head to toe ballistic gear without raising any red flags with authorities. and here's a situation regardless of party where one would think that both sides would be able to agree on rework the system. but yet there doesn't seem to be at this point any political will to do that. >> this has been the case for quite some time. and it is i agree surprising almost every time there is one of these incidents, we have another conversation about how there needs to be another conversation and then there isn't one. some will blame the nra which has worked very hard over the years obviously to hold elected officials to a certain standard. but the will is not there with the politicians themselves and i think to a certain extent with the public. just as every time some incident like this, there is a call for more gun control. you also hear a call for people to be able to arm themselves. and that's the direction really for the last two decade, less gun control, not more. >> let's talk about political will. here's a january gallup poll. it shows half
's really big birthday present. >>> plus, tom cruise may have started "mission c : impossible katie holmes had the stunner. leading up to divorce. >>> you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ♪ i want to go ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪ ♪ i want to grow ♪ i want to try ♪ i can almost touch the sky [ male announcer ] even the planet has an olympic dream. dow is proud to support that dream by helping provide greener, more sustainable solutions from the olympic village to the stadium. solutionism. the new optimism.™ ♪ this dream solutionism. the new optimism.™ [ feedback ] attention, well, everyone. you can now try snapshot from progressive free for 30 days. just plug this into your car, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> say congratulations to kourtney kardashian welcoming her second child over the weekend. we love her. congratulations. weird, though.
she's being treated for minor injuries. >>> e-news reports that katie holmes has registered at a catholic church in new york. in my neighborhood. >>> tom cruise's attorney is threatening the "national enquirer's" parent company with a lawsuit. he blasted recent headlines such as tom's house of horrors. the real tom is a monster and denied reporting that holmes was monitored and reported on to scientolo scientology's leader. >>> reports say channing tatum may star in a film about evil knievel. >>> finally "us weekly" reports that miley cyrus has gotten her 15th tattoo, a quote from a 1910 speech by theodore roosevelt. you see it's all the way down her arm. >> she's got one of those? >> but it looks like the possibility it could be marker. because it's kind of huge. >> a random quote by theodore roosevelt? >> good time we don't have enough time for it. "way too early" with willie geist starts right now. >>> mitt romney says he expected to get booed during his speech at the naacp, promising to repeal obama care and telling the audience that as president, he would make life bett
and james holmes more alert and responsive as he listened to the official charges read alone. 24 counts of first degree murder for the 12 killed, 116 attempted first degree murder charges for the 58 injured. two counts for each victim. one charge included murder with deliberation. the other, cited murder with extreme indifference to the value of human life. lives like verran ka moser, the 6-year-old killed during the massacre. and his mother was paralyzed and suffered a miscarriage after the attack. >> it was important to come to see him today as who he was. there was a lot of anger. >> reporter: dozens of family members and several survivors drawn to the courtroom. >> when we've seen him before, he looked like he was spaced out or out of touch. he looked very, very alert today. and very loose i had as ucid ab going on. >> reporter: much different than his first appearance, when he was seemed dazed and disengaged. he spoke for the first time publicly during the brief proceeding. asking yes, when asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within 30 days. during that t
. >> details about the suspect in the shooting begin to emerge. he is james holmes, a 24-year-old former neuro science graduate. some initial questions have been answered. no he's not tied to any foreign terrorist organization. yes, he seems to have acted alone. no, no prior criminal record. but still unanswered and many think impossible to answer is why. joining me now from aurora, colorado, msnbc's chris jansing. good morning, chris. >> good morning to you marx lisa. i think it is fair to say that is the huge lingering question, why. and we don't have any answers because for all the people that reporters have talked to, friends, people who lived in his apartment complex, they described him as quiet, very few people, if any, seemed to really know him. and he seemed to be very calm and acting typically as he always did, keeping to himself and not just the days but the minutes leading up to this shooting. he is in custody, as you know. he has a law ir. lawyer. so i don't think we'll be getting answers from him any time soon. in the meantime, we'll be getting information on the victims. nothing
katie holmes untieing their knot. is religion behind the report and a new report that katie is being stalked. with the spark cash card from capital one, olaf's pizza palace gets the most wards of any small business credit card! pizza!!!!! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! put it on my spark card! [ high-pitched ] nice doin' business with you! [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve the most rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wallet? >>> a standoff between president obama and a handful of republican governors which are threatening not to comply with one part of his health care law. latinos are theost demographic group for president obama and his push for the hispanic vote, coming up. yers do the ironing. have our fridges cater our parties. and tell our ranges to whip up dinner. let's plug in to summer savings before they're gone... ...without wasting an ounce of energy with s
announcing the split, tom cruise katie holmes are one step away from officially being divorced. we will talk about that. ♪ ♪ i want to go ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪ ♪ i want to grow ♪ i want to try ♪ i can almost touch the sky [ male announcer ] even the planet has an olympic dream. dow is proud to support that dream by helping provide greener, more sustainable solutions from the olympic village to the stadium. solutionism. the new optimism.™ ♪ this dream responding to critics asking why the vote in the first place? >> we announced that we are going to vote again. of course they go why? why? why? you know how they go? why? why? it really boils down to one simple word. resolve. we are resolved to get rid of the law that will ruin the best health care delivery system the world has ever seen. >> joining me now is oklahoma congressman and former chair of the national congressional committee. i will try not to use the voice that speaker boehner just used to mock us, but i want to ask you, why? this is the 31st time the supreme court
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